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Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia's flag Canada's 3rd Province Since 1867

Nova Scotia is one of Canada's original provinces. Much of Canada's early history took place here, and you can visit sites like Louisbourg to get a taste of how life must have been. Today Nova Scotia is a major producer of celtic music and is responsible for a revival in the history of all things Maritime. If you want to know more about Nova Scotia also see the photos page.

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Dauphin Gate, Louisbourg

Nova Scotia's Flag

Peggy's Cove

The Bluenose

Grand Pres

Louisbourg

Halifax Explosion Memorial

Mayflower (Provincial flower)


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population statistics

Provincial Population - 944,800 (2002)
Population of Halifax - 363,200 (2002)
Males - 463,023 (2002)
Females - 481,742 (2002)
Ages 0-14 - 164,191 (2002)
Ages 15-64 - 652,241 (2002)
Ages 65+ - 128,333 (2002)

environmental statistics

Area km2 - 55,284
Land km2 - 53,338
Fresh Water km2 - 1,946
% of Canada - 0.6%
Forest Land km2 - 39,200
Highest Point - 532 m
Snow Fall Halifax - 261.4 cm / year
Largest Lake - Bras d'Or - 1,099 km2

Provincial Moto:

MUNIT HAEC ET ALTERA VINCIT:
One defends and the other conquers

Flag

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Flower: Mayflower

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Bird: Osprey

nova scotia's bird

Tree: Red Spruce

nova scotia's tree

Coat of Arms

nova scotia's coat of arms


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